LEOCH Portable Power Station Review – It’s a Beast in Size and Power!

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EXAM – Over the past few months I have been working on a solution to create backup power for my home studio and the ability to eventually power it completely off-grid. My design includes a few power stations with a minimum power output capability of 2000 watts and enough AC and USB ports for my gear. I also need them to be able to be recharged via solar panels. This LEOCH portable power station looks like it could meet my design specifications. Let’s see!!

What is that?

The LEOCH Portable Power Station is a 2000W 2048Wh solar generator with 900W max input power and 3000+ cycle battery backup with 4 x 2000W (4000 peak) AC outlets. W) and a variety of other ports to meet nearly any indoor/outdoor household requirement. .

What’s in the box

1 x LEOCH Portable Power Station
1 x AC charging cable
1 x Alligator Clip Cable
1 x car charging cable
1 Anderson to MC4 cable
2 parallel MC4 connectors
1x user manual

Design and features


  • [Amazing Powerful Capacity]: 4 × 2000W AC OUTPUTS: The MAX output of the portable power station can be connected to A TOTAL OF 2000W devices simultaneously
  • [LEOCH Solar generator Power 13 Devices Simultaneously]: 2 x 12W USB Type-A ports, 2 x 18W USB Type-A ports (fast charging), 2 x 65W USB Type-C PD ports, 2 x 36W DC outlets, 4 x 2000W AC wall outlets (Max 4000W) and 1 × 96W car charging socket
  • [Fantastic Versatility for your needs]: The LEOCH LiFePO4 Power Station keeps devices running, from household appliances to workshop tools and vital equipment, like an electric car, refrigerator, window air conditioner, hair dryer, microwave oven, coffee maker (Max 2000W), heater, electric grill, drill, etc.
  • [Portable Wheels Design]: The LEOCH solar power station is equipped with 2 WHEELS, which makes it even more portable and also offers above average power capacity for its size.
  • [One of the safest power stations]: The LEOCH rechargeable generator is equipped with the latest LiFePO4 battery which can up to 3000+ LIFE CYCLES, as well as its state-of-the-art BMS which can protect all cells
  • [What You Can Get]: Leoch 2000w portable power station (PowerHouse 2048Wh), 2 MC4 parallel connectors, AC charging cable, car charging cable, alligator clips cable, Anderson to MC4 cable, user manual, our 24-month worry-free warranty and friendly customer service


The outer shell of this powerhouse is plastic/ABS with vents on the front and back. On the front, there’s the LED display, power buttons, and all the power/charging ports. On the back there are AC port, AC wall charger port, solar panel port and fuse. At the bottom rear there are 2 wheels, and at the top there is a storage compartment for cables and manual etc.


Cords store neatly at the top of the LEOCH portable power station. This is a nice feature as I have sometimes had trouble finding the correct power cord for the equipment. (I have a lot of hardware and a lot of power cords). Once this power station is plugged in, it begins to charge.

When I received the device it was almost fully charged, so at the moment I don’t know how long it would take to charge it from empty. A fantastic feature is the ability to charge the LEOCH portable power station with 3 inputs (AC power cord, AC wall charger, solar panel) simultaneously increasing the charging time from empty to full in around 2.5 hours (according to Leoch ).

The LED screen is bright and clear, and there are power buttons for every type of device connection. There’s even an internal red LED in the case. At the back of the device there are 2 fans, and judging by the size of this monster, they are mandatory. I started but powered my Atomos video recorder, video camera, video mixer, broadcast board and laptop from it. He treated them like they weren’t even online. No stress at all. It was a bit difficult to really stress this powerhouse with heavy appliances that require a lot of power because it’s heavy and big to lug around.

When charging/powering, this unit has LEDs on each side that provide a nice light show that Leoch calls a breathing light. These lights can be turned off if desired. Here is an example:

As I intend to eventually power all the equipment in my home studio via 2 x 2000W Power Stations, I tested this by connecting all the equipment seen in the video below. As you will see, I also plugged in my coffee maker and did this because this device has an additional brewing control that requires a lot of power in its steps. With studio gear attached, the load on the Power Station was minimal. Once I attached the coffee maker there was a surge of about 1030 watts. The power plant handled it with ease. See video and photo below:

Overall, the LEOCH Portable Powerhouse is a great powerhouse for my planned off-grid studio. One might wonder why I chose to do this, so let me briefly explain. Although I have a solar home system with battery backup when the power goes out, the automatic transfer still causes a problem with some of my equipment. This happened several times while I was recording a podcast and in addition to causing some equipment to restart, it disconnected my call guest. So I decided that when I do record, I will do so via power from two 2000 watt power stations, especially during hurricane season. To make my dream come true, Leoch has promised to send two solar panels for me to review and turn into a “real” off-grid system. This powerhouse offers just about every type of port I need and multiple AC outlets. it just works for me. I will test the Leoch with more gear when I can. It is very powerful but it is really heavy. Here is a video from the manufacturer:

What I like

  • Incredible build quality
  • The possibility of recharging the device via 3 power sources simultaneously
  • The number and variety of ports
  • The power rating
  • Charging options
  • Integrated wheels are particularly necessary due to the weight

What I would change

  • He must come with a devil!! LOL

Final Thoughts

Simply put, the LEOCH portable power station is a beast in terms of size, weight and power. It’s considered mobile because it has wheels, but it’s not something you’d take to the beach. However, it is equipment that you would use to power an entire RV or, in my case, an entire mini TV studio. If you make the mistake of rolling it and drop it on your foot, you’ll likely be called to an emergency room. It has an adequate number and variety of ports and although I haven’t been able to get my hands on any solar panels yet, it would allow me to take my entire studio off the grid. Other than the challenges with her serious weight and height, I give her a really good job and two thumbs up!!

Price: $1499.99 ($200 coupon currently available on Amazon)
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Source: The sample for this review was provided by LEOCH.


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